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AVL to Present CFD Lecture at Biomed 2003
Posted Wed April 02, 2003 @09:08AM
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AVL Vascular diseases such as arteriosclerosis and aneurysms are becoming frequent disorders in the industrialized world due to sedentary lifestyles and rich food. Causing more deaths then cancer, cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death in the western world. Significant research efforts are being made to investigate detailed effects of vascular diseases and their resulting consequences in the diminution of health.

For more than a decade numerical predictions of blood flow inside vessels have aided the research efforts. An increase in CFD software user-friendliness and computer performance has caused the simulations to gain more and more practical importance.

AVL will present a lecture at Biomedicine 2003 in Ljubljana, Slovenia 2-4 April 2003. If you are interested, do not hesitate to ask for the complete publication by email: ast@avl.com.


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